AWS Container Day - Persistent File Storage for Amazon EKS with Amazon EFS



Containerizing applications that require data persistence or shared storage is often challenging since containers are ephemeral in nature, are scaled in and out dynamically, and typically clear any saved state when terminated. In this session you will learn about Amazon Elastic File System (EFS), a fully managed, elastic, highly-available, scalable, secure, high-performance, cloud native, shared file system that enables data to be persisted separately from compute for your Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) deployments. You’ll gain an understanding of the EFS Container Storage Interface (CSI) driver, and how it simplifies configuring elastic file storage for Kubernetes clusters.

Learn more about Amazon EKS at – https://amzn.to/2QzNwjy

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6 thoughts on “AWS Container Day – Persistent File Storage for Amazon EKS with Amazon EFS”
  1. Hi we are using efs-provisioner till now. It does not support encryption at transit. I am looking to migrate to csi..any recommendations on how to migrate

  2. getting permission type errors while making it work. for example: Cannot change ownership to uid 0, gid 0: Operation not permitted

  3. Pls help to provide below info
    1. Iam role for pods to be able to access EFS.
    2. Iam role for cluster autoscaler.
    3.iam role for alb ingress controller

  4. EFS doesn't work with Windows containers. FSx for Windows is the only comparable service that I can find, but it requires an Active Directory service to be in place. Is EFS going to be available for Windows containers? I'd like my Linux containers and Windows containers to have access to the same shared storage.

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